Faculty Activities

Phyllis Bolin and Connie Yarema -- publication:  Developing Algebraic Habits of Mind from the Context of Computer Science, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project, 89-92.  Charlotte, North Carolina, in press.

John Ehrke -- published: Positive Solutions of a Left Focal Second Order Boundary Value Problem, Communications on Applied Non-Linear Analysis, in press.

Jason Holland and Alexander Karabegov -- published:  All solutions to the Magic Hexagram via an Out-shuffle, in press.

Connie Yarema and Phyllis Bolin -- grant: Developing Algebraic Habits of Mind, Teacher Quality Grant, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, May 2007-May 2008.

David Hughes -- award: Lifetime Service Award, ACU College of Arts and Sciences, May 2007.

David Hendricks -- award: Student Mentoring Award, ACU College of Arts and Sciences, May 2007.

Alexander Karabegov -- published: A formal model of Berezin-Toeplitz quantization, Comm. Math. Phys., 274 (2007), 659-689.

Mark Riggs,  Garcia, Hiatt, Jewell, Schoonover, Cron, Grace, Oermann, & Piedra. Human metapneumovirus and respiratory synctial virus infections in older children with cystic fibrosis. Pediatr Pulmon, 42 (2007), 66-74.

Mark Riggs, Swanson, & Hermans. Pathologic findings at radical prostatectomy: Risk factors for failure and death. Urol Oncol, 2 (2007), 110-114.

Connie Yarema, G. Brown, and R. Abila. Decimating the Decimal Dilemma through Lesson Study, Texas Mathematics Teacher, 2007.

Connie Yarema and David Hendricks -- grant: Connecting Probability and Statistics to Fraction and Measurement Concepts, Teacher Quality Grant, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, May 2006-May 2007.

Phyllis Bolin -- presentation: Arithmetic to Algebra: Transitioning through Algebraic Thinking, NCTM, St. Louis, April 2006.

Jason Holland -- presentation: On the Optimal Order Ideals of a Boolean Algebra, Texas Section of the MAA, Midwestern State University, April 2006.

Connie Yarema -- presentation: A Model for a Content Course for Pre-service Math Teachers, Texas Section of the MAA, Midwestern State University, April 2006.

Alexander Karabegov -- published: "Fedosov's Formal Symplectic Groupoids and Contravariant Connections," Journal of Geometry and Physics, to appear.

Phyllis Bolin -- presentation: A Two-Population Model for a Core Curriculum Mathematics Course, RCML, Las Vegas, February 2006.

Connie Yarema -- presentation: Developing the Quadratic Formula using Models, Successfully Training Educators As Mathematicians IV Conference (STEAM IV), Texarkana, TX, October 2005.

Connie Yarema -- presentation: Pulling It Altogether for Preservice Teachers: In-Depth Secondary Mathematics, TQ Algebra I, and TQ Algebra II, Charles A. Dana Center’s Annual Mathematics and Science Higher Education Conference, Austin, October 2005.

Jason Holland -- grant: On Equivalences to the Boolean Prime Ideal Theorem, Math/Science Research Grant, ACU, summer 2005.

Mark Riggs -- published: P.A. Piedra, M.J. Gaglani, C.A. Kozinetz, G. Herschler, M. Riggs, M. Griffith, C. Fewlass, M. Watts, C. Hessel, J. Cordova, W.P. Glezen, "Herd Immunity in Adults against Influenza-related Illnesses with Use of the Trivalent-live Attenuated Influenza Vaccine (CAIV-T) in Children," Vaccine, vol 23 (2005), pp 1540-1548.

Mark Riggs -- published: P.D. Houck, J.E. Lethen, M.W. Riggs, D.S. Gantt, G.J. Dehmer, "Relation of Atmospheric Pressure Changes and the Occurrences of Acute Myocardial Infarction and Stroke," American Journal of Cardiology, vol 96 (2005), pp 52-58.

Alexander Karabegov -- published: "Formal Symplectic Groupoid of a Deformation Quantization," Communications in Mathematical Physics, vol 258 (2005), pp 223-256.

Alexander Karabegov -- presentation: Formal Symplectic Groupoids and Contravariant Connections, Northern California Symplectic Geometry Seminar, Stanford University, May 2005.

Connie Yarema and David Hendricks -- grant: In-Depth Geometry and Measurement Aligned to Middle School TEKS, Teacher Quality Grant, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2005-06.

Jason Holland -- presentation: What is the Difference Between MATH and MATW?, Texas Section of the MAA, University of Texas at Arlington, April 2005.

Connie Yarema and David Hendricks -- presentation: Using a Square to Complete a Teacher, Texas Section of the MAA, University of Texas at Arlington, April 2005.

Jason Holland -- presentation: On Stone's Representation Theorem for Boolean Algebras, Joint National Meeting of the AMS and MAA, Atlanta, January 2005.

Alexander Karabegov -- presentation: Formal Symplectic Groupoid of a Deformation Quantization, Northwestern University, October 2004.

Alexander Karabegov -- published: "On the Inverse Mapping of the Formal Symplectic Groupoid of a Deformation Quantization," Letters in Mathematical Physics, vol. 70 (2004), pp. 43-56.

Jason Holland -- grant: West Texas Scholars in Computer Science and Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Scholarship National Science Foundation, 2004

Jason Holland -- grant: On an Embedding Problem in Lattice Theory, Math/Science Research Grant, ACU, summer 2004.

Alexander Karabegov -- grant: Math/Science Research Grant, ACU, summer 2004.

David Hughes -- award: Colleague Support Award, ACU College of Arts and Sciences, 2004.

Connie Yarema and David Hendricks -- grant: In-Depth Number, Algebra, and Measurement Aligned to Middle School TEKS, Teacher Quality Grant, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2004-05.

David Hendricks -- award: Colleague Support Award, College of Arts and Sciences, 2003.

Alexander Karabegov -- published: "A Covariant Poisson Deformation Quantization with Separation of Variables up to the Third Order," Letters in Mathematical Physics, vol 61 (2002), pp 255-261.

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